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What are the best DVD sets released in the past year?
- Home Media Retailing is conducting a poll on the best TV on DVD sets released between September 1, 2005 and August 31, 2006. Now, they're not looking for the best show,...
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A U.S. Army unit, consisting mostly of new soldiers, finds itself engaged in bloody firefights immediately following their arrival in Iraq. Focusing more on the soldiers' lives than on war itself, ``Over There'' follows the stories of Sgt. Chris ``Scream'' Silas and his unit - which includes Pfc. Bo Rider, Pvt. Frank ``Dim'' Dumphy and Pvt. Brenda ``Mrs. B.'' Mitchell. The series was created by veteran TV producer Stephen Bochco (``NYPD Blue''; ``L.A. Law''). The show's title comes from a 1917 George M. Cohan song about U.S. soldiers fighting in World War I.
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